Report

China’s Role in North Korea Nuclear and Peace Negotiations

The second Senior Study Group reports examines China’s influence on conflicts around the world and provides recommendations for the United States to assume a more effective role in shaping the future of North Korea in light of China’s role and interests.

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USIP is America’s nonpartisan institute to promote national security and global stability by reducing violent conflicts abroad. Our staff guide peace talks and advise governments; train police and religious leaders; and support community groups opposing extremism—all to help troubled countries solve their own conflicts peacefully.

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Event

#CyberspaceIRL: Rule of Law Approaches to Virtual Threats

Tuesday, May 21| 9:00am - 5:30pm

#CyberspaceIRL will assess whether current approaches are sufficient in addressing the complexity of issues such as money laundering, trafficking, election security, and internet freedom, and identify the breadth of actors who must be part of devising and implementing effective strategies and solutions.